Giselle Wolf (Celadine in Celadine) was born in New York and studied with the Ballet Etudes Repertory Company in Connecticut and at NYU School of the Arts. When she was 19, while working Off-Broadway, she was accepted at The Drama Studio London and moved to the U.K. to pursue her love of British theatre. Her first role was in the West End musical Bar Mitzvah Boy by Jack Rosenthal and Julie Styne at Her Majesty’s Theatre.
Since then, Giselle has continued to play leading and principle roles in television and theatre including Leah in The Dybbuk, Bianca in Women Beware Women, Nancy Astor, 2 Point 4 Children, and Too Much Sun (all for the BBC), and Gabrielle in the series Bognor for Thames Television.
Leading theatre roles include Jean Cocteau’s The Human Voice (Thorndike Theatre), Anatol (Cambridge Theatre Company), A Cuckoo in the Nest (Redgrave Theatre), Company (Plymouth), Gypsy (Worthing), Oh, What a Lovely War (Bristol Old Vic), Going On (Yvonne Arnaud Theatre & Latchmere), The Angel (Arts Ed), One Touch of Venus (The King's Head), her one-woman show Voices from the Heart, and the title role in Molly by Simon Gray at Burbank’s Victory Theatre.
Her cabaret appearances include performing at the prestigious Pizza on the Park (London), Langan's Brasserie (London), The Player’s Theatre (London), American Embassy (Stockholm), The Gardenia (LA), and several times as a guest with Ron Abel at Birdland (NYC). Giselle has also performed her cabaret at The Rubicon International Theatre Festival, and she performed at The California International Theatre Festival in Calabasas.